According to a recent Study, we are not impressed with Rupert Murdoch’s plans to charge for use of the online news websites. Of 2,000 folks asked if they would pay for online news, 9 out of 10 said no. Does that mean that Murdoch’s decision to charge users to get his news websites is foolish If had been asked’ would you pay for online news would say no, also. After all, in an age when we can read about events on Twitter before any of the news stations report them, why do we want pay to their articles would, and Do, cover quality and ‘luxury’ news. would never pay a cent for one of the diminishing amount of free newspapers handed out on my way to work in a morning, but I’d pay for a Sunday broadsheet with all of it is extras and trimmings even though the odds of me actually reading over a few pages are really small.
have been known To sign up to some paid members’ area on the site of a particular football team which will remain nameless to obtain access to additional content are available on the times connection website: movie interviews and press conferences, highlights of youth and reserve team games, live radio commentary on game days. Can pay to read The Sun online No. There are only about 2 paragraphs in every article. It only costs a couple of pennies to purchase the thing so that there would not be value in using it is website. Perhaps, but only if the excellent news outlets beginning charging I would go for the one that is free.
Am not sure how much Mr. Murdoch would like to charge his customers to read an article, but am guessing there will be. Could not be bothered to get out my wallet each time that would be reluctant to commit to subscribing and needed to read something. On the other hand they had a system whereby you put in your password to access a paid post and your card is charged that may make sense. But if had to do this for each news provider, it would become tiresome. They could be shooting themselves. Go elsewhere, if the website makes it harder and less convenient for me to read an article. would assume would have the ability to read the news at no cost on the BBC’s site, which would not be great news for the advertising revenue of the Murdoch Empire.